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Course results for Bachelor Degree International relations Degrees
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TAS-PJS-DEG | Undergraduate
Combine justice with psychology for a future in criminal minds
Understand the justice system, while honing in on the inner workings of the psyche. Combine your passions in both fields for a future in criminal minds.
GRF-GIR-DEG | Undergraduate
Delve into the workings behind political, economic and social change
Study high level political interactions across borders and oceans. Explore how governments interact with markets, communities, and other governments. Choose to major in International Relations or Politics and Public Policy. Consider adding a language.
SWI-SIR-DEG | Undergraduate
Prepare for a career in foreign affairs and international politics
Develop global diplomacy skills including conflict resolution and critical thinking, and explore the powers of the United Nations. Through the lens of Australian politics and foreign policy, you’ll study topics including terrorism and human rights.
GRF-GCJ-DEG | Undergraduate
Explore criminals, crime, and consequences on a global scale
Unlock careers in government and justice with this double degree. Explore how criminals commit crime and are caught. Develop your understanding of policy creation and application. Strive towards crime prevention and make your world a safer place.
TAS-BJS-DEG | Undergraduate
- Business Economics,
- Managing People and Organisations
GRF-BGI-DEG | Undergraduate
Politics and business on a global scale
Hone your own unique skill set by blending majors in business and government or international relations. Get to know the workings of government. Load up with practical business know-how. Imagine your future in business and politics around the world.
GRF-GIH-DEG | Undergraduate
Deep dive into politics, international relations, and public policy
Explore power and politics across the globe. Major in international relations or public policy with the option to study a language. Use your final year for research and career development. Get set for success in government and business careers.